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Agro-Fabric Pro 19 Row Cover


SOLD BY THE FOOT - 10 Foot Minimum.

Essential for frost-sensitive vegetables, berries and container plants, this lightweight material provides up to 2-4 degree F of frost protection to extend your growing season. This floating row cover establishes a stable microclimate by capturing extra heat during the day and then slowing the loss of heat at night from the soil. The fabric "floats" directly over the crops without suffocating, crushing or breaking delicate plants. It's porous to air, water and nutrients, transmits 95% of light and is UV stable to protect your crops even more. 6' wide. 10 Foot minimum

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James H.
United States United States
I recommend this product

worked well, this was my

worked well, this was my second time using the product.

Joan R.
United States United States
I recommend this product

covering is great

This is the first time I have ever used a row cover, but I wiilnever NOT use it in the future. I have the best looking veggies I have ever had. You will not be sorry if you use this product

Susan S.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Fabric Row Cover

Worked great for keeping the chickens out of my flower seeds!

Mary S.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Just what I was looking for!

This row cover worked very well. Large enough for onions and garlics to grow over a extended period of time. No onion maggots for me this year. The row cover protected them from the flies.

Linda W.
United States
I recommend this product

seems to be working

Spring of 2018 all of my crops (lettuce, broccoli, snap peas) were eaten down to the ground by one or more animals/birds. I'm using these cloths over peas this year, and, with the brocs and Romaine heads nearby, there has been no feasting on my plants. I was worried about how to hold the sheets in place, but use 2 methods, For rows of peas, growing against a 18 inch wire fence I use hinged clothes pins. On a flower box of herbs, often dug up by squirrels, I just push the edges of cloth into the dirt.